TM 11-5805 -387-20-2
Section I. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
2-1. TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT
Tools and test equipment required for organizational maintenance of the modem are listed in the
maintenance allocation chart (MAC) in appendix B of this manual.
2-2. SPECIAL TOOLS, TMDE AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
There are no special tools or TMDE required for organizational maintenance of this equipment.
Refer to Organizational Maintenance Repair Parts and Special Tools (RPSTL) manual TM,
Section II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
Do not unpack modem until you unpack, assemble, install and connect the
rack in which it is to be placed.
2-3. UNPACKING THE MODEM
See figure 2-1.
2. M o d e m
Report any damage on SF 364 Report of
Inspect for damage
done during shipment.
Be sure shipment is complete. Report any
C o m p a r e with packing
differences according to instructions in
DA PAM 738-750.
Check for modifications.
Check on front panel near nomenclature plate
for any modification work order (MWO)
numbers. They will appear only if the unit
has been used or reconditioned. Current
MWO's which apply to the modem are listed
in DA Pam 310-1. Apply all URGENT
MWO's. Schedule all NORMAL MWO's.
2-4. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Choose an installation space for the modem where adequate ventilation
is provided for transistor heat dissipation. Do not install unit close to other
heat-producing equipment, such as power units and space heaters. Ex-
cessive heat will damage the modem.
a. Tools, Test Equipment and Materials Needed for Installation
q All tools you will need to install the modem are in Tool Kit, Electronic Equipment